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1 SIP-Based-DECT Rev DEC. 2012

2 2 Table of Contents 1. Overview 2. Specification and Features 3. Air Synchronization 4. Registration 1. Installation Basic Flow 2. CS radio zone design 3. CS/PS Firmware Update 4. Setup CS/PS and NS Maintenance of System phone book Appendix - PS Ring Group -Air Synchronization -Site Survey (Tool) - PS function List

3 3 Chapter 1 Overview

4 4 1. Overview (Why SIP-Based DECT) LAN No separate server or GW is required with NS1000, Offer high-quality Business Communication, with most Reliable DECT Technology. Spec. Radio technology DECT VoIP signalingSIP Number of HandsetsMax. 255 handsets *1 Number of CSMax. 128 CS Max. 32 CS/8Air sync group CS synchronization Air synchronization HandoverYes (seamless) Cell Station In Expensive Wireless solution with SIP based DECT solution High Quality Voice with Noise reduction Dramatically Reduce Wire installation cost in large service area. Easy install and maintenance with Firmware Air-download

5 5 1. Overview (Hand Over) SIP based DECT phone satisfies needs of personnel who want to be always ready to talk to partners or customers anywhere and anytime within their company. NS1000 Hand Over

6 6 PS can be reception which is located anywhere. The whole building becomes the communication zone. Multi Zone Features and Benefits Office StorageMeeting Room Hallways Hand-over Suitable Environments Frequent moving about inside the company On-site employees: efficient because it is not necessary to return to the office to make a call. Call receptionists: less trouble because the person to transfer the call to can be anywhere. Customers: improved CS because there is less time spent waiting to transfer calls. Retail Store Automotive Dealership Factory 1. Overview

7 7 Move to other System/Location PS can be moved from original site to the other site. IP Slave Units Master Units Move with PS to other site In this condition, the PS must be resisted to other unit also PS can be resisted up to 4 different Cell Station (Need to regist NS1000 also) 1. Overview

8 8 Chapter 2 Specification and Features

9 9 US/CANADA Model EU Model - High quality wideband voice - Noise reduction -Full-duplex hands free -Air-download of firmware - Headset jack (2.5mm plug) - Vibration - Up to 500 personal phonebook 2. Specification and Features KX-UDT111 Portable Station (Standard Model)

10 10 US/CANADA *LCD back light off and Bluetooth is not in use. *Future 2. Specification and Features - High quality wideband voice - Noise reduction -Full-duplex hands free - Air-download of firmware - Headset jack (2.5mm plug) - Vibration - Up to 500 personal phonebook - Bluetooth ( Version 2.0, Class 2 ) (Headset/Phonebook transfer ) Portable Station (Slim & Light Model) KX-UDT121 EU Model

11 11 *LCD back light off and Bluetooth is not in use. *Future 2. Specification and Features - High quality wideband voice - Noise reduction -Full-duplex hands free - Air-download of firmware -Vibration -Against Hazard LevelIP65 (IEC529) - Up to 500 personal phonebook - Bluetooth ( Version 2.0, Class 2 ) (Headset/Phonebook transfer ) Portable Station (Taught Model) KX-UDT131 US/CANADA EU Model

12 12 - Web interface for set up - Air-download of firmware - Max PS registration : Up to 255 per CS and System - The number of Cell Station for a system : Up to 64 or 128 (One Look networking) (32 per air sync group/max 8 air sync group) - PoE or optional AC adaptor(KX-A239) 2. Specification and Features *Future Cell Station KX-UDS124

13 13 PS Detail Specification KX-UDT111KX-UDT121KX-UDT131 LCD 1.8”, 65,000-color TFT display 1.8”, 65,000-color TFT display 1.8”, 65,000-color TFT display LCD BacklitYes BluetoothNoBuilt in Vibration Yes Quick Charge No ( 10Hours)Yes (3 Hours) Talk Time 12h (Narrow band) 9h (Wide band) 14h (Narrow band) 11h (Wide band) 14h (Narrow band) 11h (Wide band) Stand bay time200h DECT EncryptionYes Soft Key333 Size (HxWxD)146.3x48x25.4 mm127.5x48.5x18 mm152 X 55 X 23mm Weight115g90g150g Battery AAA-Ni-MH 2 cell Battery : Li-ion 3.7V 700mAh Battery : Li-ion 3.7V 700mAh Enclose AC Adaptor, Charger Belt Clip and Holder AC Adaptor, Charger Belt Clip and Holder AC Adaptor, Charger Belt Clip and Holder 2. Specification and Features

14 14 CS Detail Specification 2. Specification and Features Model No.KX-UDS124 Type4ch wideband audio CS Max. simultaneous calls4 Wideband AudioYes Power supply PoE (IEEE 802.3af) AC adaptor ( optional ) CODEC (IP)G.722, G.711, G.729a LAN port10 base-T / 100 base-TX Firmware upgradeYes DECT EncryptionYes Seamless HandoverYes Size190×133.9×39.3 mm Weight330g (Include wall mount adaptor)

15 15 CS Detail Specification 2. Specification and Features LED indication on CS LED DisplayStatus OFFPower Off / CS software download Green ONStandby (no active calls) Slow Green FlashingTalk (active calls) Moderate Green FlashingBusy (All talk path are occupied) Red ONFault Slow Red FlashingOUS/Start up (data link establishment  air synchronization) Moderate Red FlashingStart up (power on  data link establishment) Amber ONStandby: unstable synchronization (no active calls) Slow Amber FlashingTalk: unstable synchronization (active calls) Moderate Amber FlashingBusy: unstable synchronization * Note) LED flashing patterns are as follows: Slow Flashing: 60 times per minute Moderate Flashing: 120 times per minute

16 16 CS Detail Specification 2. Specification and Features Error Indication and how to recover

17 17 System Capacity 2. Specification and Features System Capacity Stand-Alone Stacking system Networking MainOne SlaveTwo Slave Extension IP PS(UDS1XX)255 Legacy2036/96/128/240(*1)72/192/256/480 (*2)1000 SLT2036/96/128/160(*1)72/192/256/320(*2)1000 DPT0036/96/128/160(*1)72/192/256/320(*2)1000 CS (pcs) CS-IF (4/8)Card DPT-CS0011/32/32/32(*1)22/64/64/64(*2)128 IP-CS SIP-CS(UDS124) PS (WT/TCA) 512 *1: MM/NN/XX/YY means One NCP/One TDE100-TDA100/OneTDE200-TA200/OneTDE600-TDA600 *2: mm/nn/xx/yy means Two NCP/Two TDE100-TDA100/TwoTDE200-TA200/TwoTDE600-TDA600

18 18 2. Specification and Features (Cover Area) Gray Zone: Conversation will be intermittent A B C Coverage Area: (About 50m to 60m) A Good Coverage Area: (About 30m to 40m) Good sound quality can be maintained. Out of Service: Cannot make/receive calls. C B CS Coverage Area for Establishing Conversation Using PSs

19 19 2. Specification and Features (Easy Installation) Site Survey for Air Synchronization SIP-CSs have ability of site survey to check radio signal strength. By the LED on SIP-CS, you can check the radio signal 1.Set Temporally master CS for site survey as planned - Power on CS with pressing rest SW. - Release Reset switch while LED flashes (Green/Red/Amber) - Press Rest Switch one second once again (Green and Red LED start flashing) 2. Turn on Power of slave CS and locate it, then check LED on CS. 3.Move Slave until LED on Slave CS goes green See Appendix in more detail

20 20 Site Survey for S-PS Service Area The PS has a PS AREA CHECK ability User can confirm CS cover area easily by this function 1.Power ON CS and set Maintenance mode 2.Change PS to PS AREA CHECK mode 3.Make call from PS to PS See Appendix in more Detail 2. Specification and Features (Easy Installation)

21 21 Clear & Natural voice by Wideband Audio. Multi Handsets and Multi-Cell supported. Better Receiving Frequency Response Narrow Band (G.711) Wide Band (G.722) Human voice Range Enhance the High frequency by aperture rate of the receiver aperture rate 24.5 % aperture rate 4.3 % Enhance the Lower frequency with small receiver Enhance UDT111 aperture rate 35 % UDT121 previous model (Panasonic PBX terminal) U P 2. Specification and Features Wideband Audio Support

22 22 Detect and reduce noise part from the transmission voice Dynamic receiving volume control according to acoustic ambient noise characteristics Noise reduction Noise Voice High noise High volume Low noise Normal volume Noise sound Noise sound TX : Noise Reduction for Sending Signal RX : Listening Enhancement for Receiving Signal Can configure TX/RX noise reduction to ON/OFF during standby and talk (Default : OFF). 2. Specification and Features (Pattern1) Noise Reduction features Waiting Demo Voice file ***

23 23 Strong against the multipath environment by the enhanced precision of error detection and new voice processing technology. Fading Example [Time] Old New Voice waveform Received RF power at cordless handset under multipath environment. Multipath The fading occurs when moving the place where the electric wave is strengthened or weakened each other under multipath environment. Error Freq Low High Less Error CS PS Ex) cubicle farm, concrete building occurrence multipath by direct/ reflected/diffracted wave, etc Panasonic Technology Advanced error correction makes stable communication. Proprietary Process Direct wave Diffracted wave Reflected wave 2. Specification and Features (Pattern1) Noise Reduction features

24 24 CONCAVE -Shape to avoid operation mistake in the pocket - Shape to protect keys -Concave shape and rippled keys for easy access to keys 3 Soft keys Navigation key 1.8inch Color LCD with backlit Receiver Headset Connection Microphone aperture rate 35.0% (UDT111) aperture rate 4.3% (previous model) U P Enhance aperture rate Large Ringer / Charge LED Key backlit Belt clip hole Wall mountable charger Strap hole1 Strap hole2 KX-UDT111 Appearance 2. Specification and Features

25 25 3 Soft keys Navigation key 1.8inch Color LCD with backlit Receiver Headset Connection Microphone aperture rate 24.5% (UDT121) aperture rate 4.3% (previous model) Enhance aperture rate ( 90g ) ( 48.5 mm) ( mm) ( 18 mm) Pocket size Plating Grill Section keys U P Ringer / Charge LED Wall mountable charger Belt clip hole Key backlit Strap hole1 Strap hole2 KX-UDT121 Appearance 2. Specification and Features

26 26 Chapter 3 Air Synchronization

27 27 3. Air Synchronization Handover is available Handover is not Available Air Synchronisation LAN i/fL2 SW Handover is not Available Synchronised By Air Synchronisation To activate Handover through CS, all CS must be synchronized. CSs are synchronized by using “Air Synchronization” for same air Sync. group After CS synchronized with other CS, Handover is available. CS (Master) CS (Slave) Air Synchronization

28 28 Gray Zone: Conversation will be intermittent A B C Coverage Area: Radio signal strength level is between “03” (about 50m to 60m) and “14” (about 20m to 30m). A Good Coverage Area: Radio signal strength level is between “05” (about 40m to 50m) and “14” (about 20m to 30m). Good synchronisation quality can be maintained. Out of Service: 0m to 3m or the radio signal strength level is “00 to 02”. Cannot be synchronized. C B 3. Air Synchronization You must not install SIP-CS without site survey. C CS Coverage Area for Air Synchronization between CSs

29 29 Chapter 4 Registration

30 30 Following is Step for SIP based DECT system registration Step for DECT System Installation 4. Registration Step1: Site Planning Step3:CS Registration into Master CS ( By CS-web) Step4: Site Survey Step2:Step up Terminal Type Step1: Local firm Update 1) Instauration Basic Flow Step2: Site Survey Step3: Entry CS/PS name and FF-Key Step4: Entry CS and PS extension Number) 2) CS Radio Zone Setting (Site Survey) Step0: Initialing CS 3) Firmware UP date Step1:Virtual Extension (UT) Install 4) Set up CS/PS and NS1000

31 31 Continue Step for DECT System Installation 4. Registration Step8: Set up Slave CS Step6: Set up System information URL Step7: PS registration Step5: Set up Master CS 4) Set up CS/PS and NS1000 Step9: Set up Master CS of other Air sync group Step10: Set up Slave/Master CS to NS1000 (For Ring group) 5) Set up CS/PS and NS1000

32 32 3. Setup CS/PS and NS NS1000 setting by Web-MC 3-2. Super Master CS setting by CS-Web 3-3. PS registration 4. Maintenance of System phone book 1. CS radio zone design (Site Survey) 1-1. Site Planning 1-2. Site Survey 1-3. CS Registration into Master CS ( By CS-web ) 1-4. Tree Survey 5. PS Ring group setting (see Appendix) 4.1. Installation Basic Flow Basic Flow how to set up CS/PS and regist to NS Firmware Update 2-1. Manual Update

33 33 Before CS/PS registration, following process must be done Step1: Initialize CS for Before Registration 4.2. CS Radio Zone setting 1. Initialize CS 2. Open CS-Web interface 1. Depress RESET Switch while CS is power on 2. Keep pressing RESET Switch 10 sec. And wait around 60sec until LED turn on green 1.Depress RESET Switch and turn on CS power 2.Keep pressing RESET until LED blink amber

34 34 Step1: Site Planning 4.2. CS Radio Zone setting (課題あり) - Site planning tool (Excel) Local PC PBX Support Page of CS-KMS(TBD) 1. Down Load 1) Download Site planning tool (Excel) from PBX Support Page of CS-KMS.(TBD) ( 最終化?) 2) After you Import site map data to this tool and determine the size scale, you can plan the CS position and check the radio range of CS. (simulate for CS positioning) 2. Determine size scale site map data 2. Import 2. Plan & Check CS position Plan the CS position by using Site planning tool

35 CS Radio Zone setting Step2:Site Survey ■ Green OK ■ Amber NG (poor) ■ Red NG (out of range) LED Slave SyncMaster mode Change Position LED Locate CS as temporarily position by using LED indication 1) Keep Pressing SW and turn on the CS. 2) Release the SW button and depress it again. ⇒ Sync Master mode for Site survey starts. 3) Other CS(s) synchronize to Sync Master CS automatically 4) Check other CS’s LED * Confirm the CS radio status at planning position 5) Change position until being Green LED 6) Depress the SW button again. (return to Slave)

36 CS Radio Zone setting Step3:CS registration in to Master CS CS Registration into Master CS by CS-Web CS-Web Super Master Slave Change “CS Class” from “Slave” to “Master” via CS-Web. 2. Push “Start CS Registration” button in CS Management screen. 3. Each CS synchronizes to neighbor CS. 4. Each CS sends it’s information to Super Master CS. 5. CS(s) that is registered in Super Master are listed up.

37 CS Radio Zone setting Step4:Tree Survey Tree Survey (Auto Air Synchronization) by CS-Web or PC Tool Web user interface (Web application) CS-MT (SIP CS Management Tool) - For small system - No installation needed - For mid and large system - Installation is necessary CS-Web Super Master Slave1Slave2 Slave3Slave4Slave5. Auto Air Synchronization ) Push “Start Tree Survey” button via CSWeb. 2) System executes auto air synchronization and calculate Tree structure. 3) Push “Apply” button. Note: In case that # of CS are up to 9, PC tool needs to be used for tree-survey.

38 38 Step1:Update firmware by CS-Web 4. 3 Firmware Update you can perform the firmware update manually using Web user interface programming. After the firmware is uploaded to the Super Master CS, the Super Master CS distributes the firmware to all other SIP-CSs. CS-Web 1.Upload new firmware 2. Deliver to all CA Note: You must update CS firmware to V2.XX, when you use CS under NS Get in to [Firmware Update]. 2. Select [Direct] for [Update Mode]. 3. Click [All Update Firmware]. 追加必要 図 Cut&Past

39 39 Click [Setup]  select [PBX Configuration] – [1.Configration] – [1.Slot]  [Virtual] – [V-UTEXT32] Step1:Vitrula Extension (UT) install 4. 4 Set up CS/PS and NS1000

40 40 Set up CS or PS type of Telephone type in Port Property as Master CS/SIP-CS or S-PS Click [Set-up] - [1.Configlation] - [1. Slot] – [Select Target V-UTEXT32] – [Port property] Step2: Set up Terminal Type Note: 1. Telephone Type Setting is Master CS: Super master CS which is Master CS of Air Sync Group #1 SIP-CS : Master CS of Air Sync Group 2 to 8 and or all slave CS S-PS : PS 2. Only one Master CS can be set per one Unit 3. Do not need to set UP SIP-CS if customer does not need to set up PS-Ringing (ICD-Group Function) 4. 4 Set up CS/PS and NS1000

41 41 1.Enter Name of PS and Extension number Click [Set-up] - [1.Configlation] - [1. Slot] – [Select Target V-UTEXT32] – [Port property] 2. Enter FF-Key of PS Click [Set-up] - [4. Extension] - [1.Wired Extension] - [4. Flexible Button] – [Target PS ] Note: Set up PS related programming by wired extension setting if needed Enter PS Name Enter FF-Key Code Can be set these Functions Step3: Entry CS/PS name and FF-Key 4. 4 Set up CS/PS and NS1000

42 42 Note: 1.Need to assign Super Master CS number for PS registration It will not need AK (Capacity of UT-Extension) for CS but need AK for PS 1.Enter Name of CS and Extension number Click [Set-up] - [1.Configlation] - [1. Slot] – [Select Target V-UTEXT32] – [Port property] Step4: Entry CS and PS extension Number 4. 4 Set up CS/PS and NS1000

43 43 Default Web Address ( ) CS-Web For CS and PS registration, need to set up Super Master CS 1)Login CS-Web ( as a default) In default setting, CS-Web site is set as ) Set up own IP Address In default setting, CS is defined as DHCP mode. If no DHCP server, need to set up own IP address. After IP Address, CS will restart automatically 3) Set CS mode as Mater CS In default, CS mode is set as Slave CS, so need to set CS mode as Master CS. After set Master CS, CS will restart automatically LOGIN Note: *1 To enable CS-Web function, need to proceed power on with reset SW (See Page 28) Login/Password : For Installer instoperatoruserid/instpass, For Customer admin/adminpass Step5: Set up Master CS Super Master CS 4. 4 Set up CS/PS and NS1000

44 44 1) Set following URL into System File URL Then, Click All Save. After set up URL, CS will restart automatically. Note: At this point, configuration data is downloaded into Super Master CS and registrated to NS1000 automatically even if registration mode is [manual] mode in NS1000 Do not enter any other field NS1000 IP address In order to download configuration file from NS1000, URL information for getting the file in NS1000 has to be set by CS-Web. Step6: Set up System information URL (in Master CS) Port # 4. 4 Set up CS/PS and NS1000

45 45 PS Super Master CS CS-Web PS has to be registered into Super Master CS by CS-Web as follows: 1)Login CS-Web 2)Select menu of PS Registration. 3) Click Start PS Registration. 4) Select Available PS and move to Selected PS by “>” button. 5)Click Next. 6) Set PS to registration mode and register that to neighbor CS. *registration mode = push button on PS. 7) Any CS accept PS registration. LOGIN Regist Note: 1. Extension Number is downloaded from NS 1000 automatically, and also when change PS extension number by Web-MC of NS1000, the modification data is also down loaded automatically 2. After regist PS to CS, CS-Web will be closed. After Close CS-Web, can open Web Port by PS setting Step7: PS Registration 4. 4 Set up CS/PS and NS1000

46 46 Slave CS Super Master CS CS-Web Slave CS can regist to Super Master CS. Just Set up own IP address (*) Then proceed CS registration by Super Master CS Note: If System Mode is set up as DHCP enable, do not need to set up Own IP-Address LOGIN Regist Set up Slave CS IP address Set up Master IP address * Start CS registration in Super Master CS CS-Web of Slave CS LOGIN CS-Web of Super Master CS Step8: Set up Slave CS 4. 4 Set up CS/PS and NS1000

47 47 Master CS Super Master CS CS-Web Master CS can regist to Super Master CS Just Set up own IP address and Super Master IP address * And need to proceed CS registration by Super Master CS Note: If System Mode is set up as DHCP enable, do not need to set up Own IP-Address When set up different Air Sync Group (Not 1), then need to set up Master IP Address LOGIN Regist Set up Master CS IP address Set up Super Master IP address * Start CS registration in Super Master CS LOGIN CS-Web of Master CS CS-Web of Super Master CS Step9: Set up Master CS of other Air sync group 4. 4 Set up CS/PS and NS1000

48 48 Super Master CS CS-Web When user want to use PS-RING group by NS1000 ICD Group function, Must regist Master CS and Slave CS to NS 1000 as follow 1)Set UP Telephone Type as SIP-CS and Extension Number in Web-MC 2)Set up Extension number of Master CS/Slave CS in CS-Web as same as NS1000 Data 3)Set up Password (1234 as default) in CS-Web WEB-MC UT-EXT32 Port property Step10: Set up Slave/Master CS to NS1000 (For Ring group) Slave CS LOGIN Regist 4. 4 Set up CS/PS and NS1000

49 49 Download System Speed Dial data to PS Phone Book Step12- - Download System Speed dial data to Super Master 4.5 Phone book registration Download Deliver When System Speed dial of NS1000 is modified, NS1000 will download System Speed dial data to Super Master CS. Master CS will deliver Data to PS /Other Master CS as Phone book data, after complete download. The total number of downloaded data is defined by [Site-Property] Note: 1. It will take around 40second to deliver Phone book Data. which is same setting for UT. Default is 300 *1 2. PS will show [Downloading PhoneBook ] as download mode as download mode. 3. Download will start when either [Apply] or [OK] ICON is clicked 4. Can not set Tennant group for PS, so basic Speed dial data is shared by all PS *1: It will take around 5 minutes to complete Phonebook transfer as MAX(256 PS is in One Cell Station)

50 50 Appendix

51 51 EXT.Status 200INS 201INS ICD group Member , NS1000 setting by Web-MC CS setting by CS-Web Assign CS extension number in NS Virtual V-UTEXT Port Property Set ICD group - ICD Group Setting NS1000 setting by Web-MC Assign CS extension number in each CS CS setting by CS-Web Extn.300Extn.301 PS Index=P001 Extn.200 Assign member of PS Ring group in S-Master CS Index # Group # Member 1600P001, P PS Index=P002 Extn.201 Appendix PS Ring Group #1 (How to work)

52 52 1. Assign CS extension number Extension numbers must be assigned to all CSs in the same way of UT series SIP phones - Setup- PBX Configuration 1.1 Slot - Virtual V-UTEXT Port Property - Setup-PBX Configuration ICD Group Setting 2. Set ICD group Extension number of CSs to cover area for PS ringing need to be set in a ICD group as the member. Note: About CS registration into NS1000 No operation is required for registration into NS1000 like as PS. Registration will be completed automatically when match CS extension number and password on CS with the number on NS1000 Appendix Set CS number as ICD-G member PS Ring Group #2 (How to set up)

53 53 3. Set CS extension number by CS-web Each CS must assign their extension number for PS ring group. Installer needs to log-in into each CS for this setting How to access to each CS Each CS can be logged in from CS-web of Super master CS as follows: 1) Select menu of CS Management. 2) Click Remote Login button for CS that you want to log-in Set extension number in each CS Following items need to be set in each CS when login to CS. 1) Select menu of SIP Settings - CS. 2) Set CS’s extension number into phone number 3) Set Authentication ID (CS’s extension number) 4) Set Authentication Password (“1234”) than, Click Save. Appendix PS Ring Group #3 (How to Set up)

54 54 4. Set PS Ring Group by CS-web PSs are assigned as group member by CS-Web. The setting is required only for Super Master CS. 1) Select menu of PS Ring Group Settings 2) Click PS group registration button of specified group 3) Select PSs from Available Users and move to Group Members by “>” button. 4) Click “All Save” (Setting data is delivered to all CS) Appendix PS Ring Group #4 (How to Set up) 1

55 55 Air Synchronization SIP Based DECT-CS (Mater CS) An CS configured as Master CS will create and send out its own timing and synchronisation. SIP Based DECT-CS (Slave CS) An CS configured as Slave CS will receive timing and synchronisation from CS set to Master CS. Air Synchronization Mater and Slave CS

56 56 Air Synchronization SIP Based DECT-CS Classification CS ClassDescription Master CS1 (synchronization source clock) Generates clock signal. Master CS2 (backup for Master CS1) - Receives clock signal from Master CS1 - Can also generate clock signal if Master CS1 malfunctions. Slave CS Receives clock signal from other CSs. Master CS1 Master CS2 Slave CS CSs are assigned to any one of the following three classifications for Implementing air synchronization. Slave CS Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 1 It is recommended that the number of levels in the synchronisation hierarchy is minimized for stable air synchronisation. The maximum number of levels is 4. Condition of Air Synchronization

57 57 IP-CS Air Synchronization Master Unit Slave Unit Onelook Network Master CSSlave CS Onelook Network Slave CS registered to Slave Unit can NOT Air synchronize with Master CS registered to Master Unit, so it is necessary to install additional Master CS to Slave Unit. Master Unit Slave Unit Onelook Network Master CSSlave CSMaster CSSlave CS Air Synchronization Group1 Air Synchronization Group2 Condition of Air Synchronization

58 58 Site Survey (CS) Set up Temporally CS

59 59 Site Survey (CS) Locate Slave CS

60 60 Site Survey (PS) CS Cover area check

61 61 Site Survey (PS) How to set CS as Maintenance Mode

62 62 PS Function List Detail Function LIST (1) PS Function Following table show PS function Overview FeatureNT 3XX SIP based Remark for SIP DECT SIP-MLT UT13X,2XX SIP-SLT UT133,123 SIP-DECT (UDS1XX) DID/DIL incoming call Yes Internal Call Block Yes Ring Tone Pattern Selection Yes Selected by PS Menu Call Waiting Yes No 'Call Waiting Caller ID' on display; Idle Extension Hunting Yes Outside Destinations in ICD Yes Queuing Feature Yes 'Hurry-Up' key is not available. VIP Call Yes Log-in/Log-out Yes FF key has to be programmed in both CS and NS1000 for SIP-DECT Call Forwarding (FWD) Yes Do Not Disturb (DND) Yes FWD/DND Button, Group FWD Button Yes 'Group FWD' key is not available.

63 63 Detail Function LIST (2) FeatureNT 3XX SIP based Remark for SIP DECT SIP-MLT UT13X,2XX SIP-SLT UT133,123 SIP-DECT (UDS1XX) Line Preference. Incoming YesNo Call Pickup - Directed, Group Yes Hands-free Answerback Yes Automatic Extension Release Yes Emergency Call Yes Account Code Entry Yes Dial Type Selection Yes Pause Insertion Yes No 'Pause' key is not available.. Line Preference. Outgoing Yes NoYes FF key has to be programmed in CS and PS Trunk Access Yes FF key has to be programmed in CS and PS One-touch Dialing Yes NoYes FF key has to be programmed in CS and PS Last Number Redial Yes Speed Dialing. Personal/System Yes Personal Download: N/A for SIP-DECT Hot Line YesNo

64 64 Detail Function LIST (3) FeatureNT 3XX SIP based Remark for SIP DECT SIP-MLT UT13X,2XX SIP-SLT UT133,123 SIP-DECT (UDS1XX) PDN/ SDN YesNo Automatic Callback Busy YesNo Alternative:Use CA instead Executive Busy Override YesNo Future Call Monitor YesNo Future Call Waiting Tone Yes Off-hook Call Announcement No Whisper OHCA YesNo Toll Restriction (TRS) Call Barring (Barring) Yes Budget Management Yes Extension Dial Lock Yes Dial Tone Transfer YesNo Walking COS YesNo Verification Code Entry Yes Automatic Route Selection Yes Hands-free Operation Yes Off-hook Monitor Yes No Mute Yes

65 65 Detail Function LIST (4) FeatureNT 3XX SIP based Remark for SIP DECT SIP-MLT UT13X,2XX SIP-SLT UT133,123 SIP-DECT (UDS1XX) Headset Operation Yes Data Line Security Yes NO Flash/Recall/Terminate YesYes*Yes External Feature Access Yes Trunk Call Limitation Yes Drop the call without alarm (CPC) Signal Detection Yes Call Transfer Yes Call Hold Yes Call Park Yes FF key has to be programmed in both CS and PS Call Splitting Yes Music on Hold Yes Conference Yes SIP-MLT/SLT: hard "Conf" key, no LED, SIP-DECT: Function Menu, no LED 」 Privacy Release YesNo Paging Yes SIP-SLT and SIP-DECT can not be paged

66 66 Detail Function LIST (5) FeatureNT 3XX SIP based Remark for SIP DECT SIP-MLT UT13X,2XX SIP-SLT UT133,123 SIP-DECT (UDS1XX) Conference Group Call Yes SIP-MLT/SLT SIP-DECT can be a coordinator Door phone Call Yes Door Open Yes Trunk Answer From Any Station YesNo Background Music (BGM) YesNo Outgoing Message (OGM) Yes Direct Inward System Access Yes External Sensor YesNo External Relay Control YesNo Caller ID Yes Incoming Call Log Yes Message Waiting Yes Absent Message Yes No absent message information on LCD while calling.

67 67 Detail Function LIST (6) FeatureNT 3XX SIP based Remark for SIP DECT SIP-MLT UT13X,2XX SIP-SLT UT133,123 SIP-DECT (UDS1XX) Fixed Buttons Yes Same limitation as UT Flexible Buttons Yes NoYes LED Indication Yes Display Information Yes Calling/Connected Line Identification Presentation Yes Advice of Charge (AOC) Yes No Charge information on LCD. Built-in SVM Yes Voice Mail (VM) Group Yes Voice Mail DTMF Integration Yes 2WAY-REC YesNo 2WAY-Transfer YesNo VM-Transfer YesNo Live Call Screening (LCS) YesNo

68 68 Detail Function LIST (7) FeatureNT 3XX SIP based Remark for SIP DECT SIP-MLT UT13X,2XX SIP-SLT UT133,123 SIP-DECT (UDS1XX) PS Ring Group ---Yes PS Directory ---Yes PS Feature Buttons ---Yes Wireless XDP Parallel Mode Yes Only support parallel ringing SMDR Yes Printing Message YesNo Call Charge Services Yes Call Billing for Guest Room Yes Extension Personal Identification Number Yes Extension Feature Clear Yes Walking Extension YesNo Enhanced Walking Extension YesNo Timed Reminder YesNo

69 69 Detail Function LIST (8) FeatureNT 3XX SIP based Remark for SIP DECT SIP-MLT UT13X,2XX SIP-SLT UT133,123 SIP-DECT (UDS1XX) Confirmation Tone Yes Calling/Connected Line Identification by QSIG Yes COLP/CONP is not available. Call Forwarding (CF).by QSIG Yes Call Transfer (CT) by QSIG Yes Completion of Calls to Busy Subscriber (CCBS).by QSIG YesNo Network Direct Station Selection YesNo Centralized Voice Mail Yes Network ICD Group Yes Peer-to-Peer Connection Yes Self Labeling NoYesNo Computer Telephony Integration Yes Following enhanced CTI functions are not available -SetDisplay - ButtonPressetc. Communication Assistant Yes

70 70 Detail Function LIST (9) FeatureNT 3XX SIP based Remark for SIP DECT SIP-MLT UT13X,2XX SIP-SLT UT133,123 SIP-DECT (UDS1XX) Class of Service (COS) Yes Group Yes Tenant Service Yes Time ServiceYes Limited Only do "change the time mode (Day/Night/Lunch/Break)“ by feature access code. Operator Features Yes Manager Features YesNo System Redundancy Yes Terminal redandancy Yes Require to set an external NTP server. Stand alone operation Yes

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